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Party Ring Cake

Party Ring Cake

Ingredients

  • For the sponge

  • Buttercream

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I make a cake for every occasion possible. I recently got married, having a very quiet ceremony (just us!) but I couldn’t miss the opportunity to mark the occasion with a cake. I like to call this Party Ring cake ‘We Liked it So We Put (Party) Rings on it’.

Party Ring wedding Cake

It’s vegan so part of the reason I decorated with Party Rings is because they’re suitable for vegans but also because it obviously goes with the whole ring theme. Since it’s a mini cake I didn’t need to use any structural support for the top tier. I am hoping to make a bigger cake to celebrate the occasion with our family and I’d love to try to make a proper tiered cake then but this was a good start.

Party Ring Cake

There was a small dent in the cake by the time we’d done the three hour car journey to the venue but luckily it was on the side and not the front!

If you like Party Rings, try making your very own Coconut Party Rings – the icing is really fun!

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Step 1
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Preheat the oven to 160ºc and line an 8in baking tin. Mix the flour, bicarbonate of soda and sugar together. In a separate bowl mix the oil, golden syrup, vanilla extract and milk and pour this into the dry ingredients. Mix until it thickens and is creamy. Pour the mixture into the tin and bake for 30 - 35 minutes until golden on top and cooked through. Leave aside to cool.

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Make the buttercream by beating the margarine and baking block together for a couple of minutes until it is well combined. Add half the icing sugar and mix before adding the rest of the icing sugar and mixing again. Add the vanilla extract and a tablespoon of soya milk if the icing is too thick to spread.

Step 3
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Remove the cake from the tin. Choose two cookie cutters, one larger than the other (make sure they are small enough to cut two of each size from the sponge). Use the cutters to cut two large and two small disks from the sponge. Use a sharp knife to cut the tops so they are flat and then slice each disk horizontally to make two thinner disks.

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Put the first large disk on a cake board using a blob of icing to stick it down. Spread a thin layer of jam on the sponge and then a layer of buttercream. Repeat this adding all of the large disks sandwiched with jam and buttercream.

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Now do the same with the smaller disks on top until all of your disks are used. Crumb coat the cake by spreading a thin layer of buttercream all over and placing in the fridge to harden for at least 30 minutes.

Step 6
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Cover the cake with the rest of the buttercream using a palette knife and a cake smoother to smooth the buttercream. Decorate with the Party Rings however you want. I stuck two in the top and then cut the Party Rings to different sizes to stick around the cake.

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Ingredients

For the sponge
200g Self Raising Flour
3/4 tsp Bicarbonate of Soda
125g Caster Sugar
55g Sunflower Oil
200ml Soya Milk
1.5 tbsp Golden Syrup
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
Buttercream
125g Vegan Margarine
125g Stork Baking Block
350g Icing Sugar
1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
3 tbsp Strawberry Jam
1 pack Party Rings
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Congratulation on getting married! I’d noticed your name had changed and was wondering if you had. This cake looks like a great way of celebrating with just the two of you!

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